The Subjective Participial Construction is a construction in which the participle (mostly Participle I) is in predicate relation to a noun in the common case or a pronoun in the nominative case which is the subject of the sentence. The peculiarity of this construction is that it does not serve as one part of the sentence: one of its component parts has the function of the subject, the other forms part of a compound verbal predicate.
The Subjective Participial Construction is mostly used with verbs of sense perception: to see, to hear, to feel, to watch, to notice, to observe;
with the verbs to consider, to believe, to find Past Participle is used in this complex.
Read and translate the following sentences. Pay attention to translation of the Subjective Participial Construction.